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    David Fray  piano 


    David Fray
    David Fray © Jean-Baptiste Millot

    Mozart Rondo K. 511
    Schubert Sonata D. 845 in A minor
    Mozart Fantasia No. 4 K. 475
    Beethoven Heroic Variations Op. 35

    He delighted us last season with his original and ambitious Carte blanche Bach. He is now making a return visit with a new recital in which he revisits some of the seminal works in the keyboard repertoire. Mozart’s fanciful lightness will be contrasted with Schubert’s Sonata D845 in A minor, a work in which style and expression are most evenly aligned. This minor key indicates the dark and melancholic character of the piece, which perfectly captures the spirit of Romanticism. He will round off the programme with Beethoven’s fifteen Heroic Variations, whose rich development and powerful epic inspiration single them out as one of the finest examples of the art of variations, an exercise which the composer particularly enjoyed.

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